SFGTV2: San Francisco Government Television
. the promise is being delivered because we have friends like nancy pelosi, jay, gleen and others working with organizations in san francisco to make us successful author of the stages. it is not just an announcement about money. it is an announcement about the way we do things and the way we think in this city. these kids should never feel that their local government has abandoned them in anyway. we are promising you that you have these jobs. we want you to stay and growth here, just like what the company's to stay and grow. what our kids to be proud of the city that they grew up in and love. when you are aware around the city and doing your second jobs to get through school, the members about being here and having your generation create your family here is going to begin today. it is my pleasure to announce this grant today, but to thank all of the collaboration that has gone on. this grant will be done through tech sf, something that we have been talking about since we ever started this conversation with various companies. we want our work force to be included.
SFGTV: San Francisco Government Television
like nancy pelosi, jay, gleen and others working with organizations in san francisco to make us successful author of the stages. it is not just an announcement about money.
anthony kennedy being the swing vote gleen and even though he was not in the courtroom and have not listened to the audio yet, i'm about to do so as you and i finish chatting, jon, it appears that justice kennedy did ask some of the most profound and stinging questions of the government, saying things like well how can the government create a market for the purpose of enabling it to regulate that market, and this is the profound question. he says to the slitter general, isn't it true that this law, if undisturbed, would profoundly change the relationship between the federal government and individual americans? that is the core of the objection of those of us who follow the constitution for a living have with this statute, is that it would change the relationship of the government to individuals without an amendment to the constitution, simply by a vote of congress. jon: well, one of the arguments apparently that proponents of the law have made is that if you are born into this country, you are going to need health care at some point, and therefore, it becomes a government matter. ho
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